If you’re following all the famous and stylish bloggers on Instagram, then you know that this past week New York City was the place to be for Fashion Week.
Fashion Week does not revolve around just models and celebrities anymore. Famous Instagram bloggers created their own runway on the streets of New York where they were spotted showing off their street style.
Check out what bloggers at NYFW were wearing this year: 

Emma Leger / @emmaleger 

John Casablancas Institute’s Fashion Business and Arts graduate, Emma Leger, showed off her feminine looks on the streets of New York! Emma also took over Instagram Live for Sabo Skirt, an Australian fashion label.

Aimee Song / @songofstyle

With 4.6 million followers on Instagram, there’s no denying that Aimee Song is the “it-girl.” Author of New York Times bestselling book, “Capture Your Style,” Aimee knows how to get that perfect street style fashion shot. We love the sassy yellow dress paired with a Fall-ready velvet coat.

Evangelie Smyrniotaki / @styleheroine

Founder of Style Heroine and storyteller, Evangelie rocked a bold red turtleneck sweater for The Row show at Fashion Week. If you read our blog post on Fall 2017 Fashion Trends, then you know that bold reds are definitely the colour of the season.

Camila Coelho / @camilacoelho

This pink look is everything! And the yellow purse really adds to this outfit styled by Instagram blogger Camila Coelho.

Chriselle Lim / @chrisellelim

Hats were another trend listed in our Fall 2017 Fashion Trends blog post! Get ready to rock chic hats this Fall just like Instagram blogger and Youtuber, Chriselle Lim.

More Street Fashion from #NYFW

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